Two devastating explosions struck near a train station in the heart of Turkey’s capital, Ankara, Saturday morning, leaving at least 95 people dead and more than 180 wounded, many of whom had gathered for an anti-government peace rally. Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan, who said the attack was the deadliest in Turkey’s history, condemned the attack, which he said was targeting the country’s unity, democracy and stability.
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